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... town that is hotels, resorts and amusement parks. Making money off everyone going to Dollyville and needing choices of places to stay I spose. Headed up the Smokey Mountains through the Appalachians. Near the top it becomes North Carolina. Nice view. We stopped in the Smokey Mountains to look at how an original farmstead would have been set up. I saw 5 wild turkeys in the fields. Then ...
... and we got photos, but Damien still wanted to see more so we headed to the college. Damien took A LOT of photos of squirrels, and they are pretty cute! Eventually Nadia was able to convice Damien that it was time to leave them alone, and we headed back to our rooms. We had a late lunch, so dinner was also pretty late, and pretty light.
Our impressions of North Carolina:
Southern manners is totally a real thing! People are so polite. All the time. They always say ...
... so organised the cutting through the rocks to form this beautiful scenic route. The main part took approximately 20 Years to complete but was finally finished in the 70's. A good time to visit would be in the fall as the colours are magnificent. The very winding route is 440 miles long but we only did part of it although we did reach the highest road point. We ...
... speak French all day. Beautiful language. We took the ferry to Ocracoke one day, we rode our bikes all over, I paddled the Sound at sunset, we walked the beaches - it's hardly 1/4 mile from Sound to Ocean.
After a week there, we moved down the island to Frisco to camp in the National Park campground - we had originally planned to camp there the whole time but it didn't open until April 17. This campground is on the Ocean side with ...
... followed the two iconic tourist roads, the Skyline Drive and the Blue Ridge Parkway, deviating only to find accommodation. The journey south was taken at a genteel pace as it doesn't do to be too anti-social in the speed restricted National Parks and Forests. That and the fact that our knobby tyres were by then as bald as a billiard ball and not in any shape for spirited riding. Ah well, another administrative problem that needed a solution.